I often ask myself what Radical Forgiveness really means to me? I have been practicing and studying it for 15 years now. I am a certified coach! What is it really? As I reflect on this question and am aware of how I have actually under appreciated this incredible technology and how much it has changed how I live. I used to be able to say “you make me feel….” And that is just not part of my vocabulary any more. I might often have felt sorry for myself about a certain situation…and now I really don’t ever consider that to be an option anymore. Whether I like the way it feels or not, I take responsibility. I have come to see that taking responsibility is very empowering and I really like that feeling, even if I don’t love the situation that brought me to that place. I always try to remember that I can’t control other people, but I do have control of my feelings. That is the practice of Radical Forgiveness. That word forgiveness often sidetracks people. Putting the word radical in front of forgiveness just means I shift from being a victim and blaming so I think I need to forgive, to owning what happened and that the law of attraction delivered something to me for my growth.
I create my own reality! I have learned this also with my study of the teachings of Abraham-Hicks as presented by Esther Hicks and Seth as presented by Jane Roberts.